Post # 77
Regardless, Harold Camping is probably wrong, just like last time, except this time he doesn’t want to admit that he might be wrong. You know the saying if you lie enough you eventually start believing your own lies. I think that might have happened to him.
I am just heartbroken for the people who are quitting their jobs. Seriously just read a story abotu a husband and wife that really believe this and have 2 little girls. They quit their jobs and study the bible everyday with their daughters, but said they only have enogh money saved to pay for bills and food and stuff till the 21st. That’s just sad, and those poor little girls. I seriously keep thinking what are they going to do, where are they going to go, how are they going to eat, etc.? I remember my younger brother asking my dad once “Can I quit school since the world is going to end in 2012 anyway?” and my dad looks at him like “Are you serious?” Haha I was like “Zach, what happens if it doesn’t end? Then you will be screwed.” You have to go on living your life, you know. You can just quit everything, because you have a feeling or someone tells you the world is going to end, because if it doesn’t you could end up homeless, without food, no money etc. Plus I don’t think we should be predicting the date. I don’t think God appreciates that at all, just like I don’t think he appreciates westboro church going around telling people he hates America.
Post # 78
Also have to agree with the time zone, thing, I don’t get how you can predict a certain date, when that date comes sooner in some countires.
Post # 79
hehehehe, I’d loooove to hear how the oh-wise-minister (I’m being sarcastic, btw) would explain THAT one! LOL!
Is the world gonna go by the international time zone? Australia? the US? UK? If the US, what time zone here? Eastern? Pacific? Mountain? Daylight Savings or Standard?
so many questions!!! AAAHHHHHH!!!!
Post # 80
Well, the world is going to end someday, and it may very well (and coicidentally) be May 21st, 2011 but I’m of the very solid belief that no one can predict it. It only causes hysteria (Y2K anyone?), and it’s not as if knowing and panicking would change anything even if somehow someone did happen to guess the exact date.
Post # 81
I don’t believe anyone can make the predictions!
However, I do believe the time is coming soon. We are all so hateful to each other, kids are having sex at 12, and kids are bringing guns to school at 5 years old threanting to kill?!
Post # 82
I was driving behind a van today that was coated in advertisements for this saying to be prepared and stuff, haha!
I really don’t believe in the end of the world. The world has been around for billions of years and I don’t think it’s going anywhere soon, particularly in my lifetime. It’s kind of hard to imagine the world going on when I am gone, it’s not something I like to think about, but I’m sure it will happen.
Post # 83
I’m happy it’s on a Saturday so at least I can have a nice night on Friday, stay up late, have some wine out on the porch. Maybe I’ll even blow my diet and go get cold stone that night. Who knows?
Post # 84
Greenwich mean time is the standard…though maybe the international date line? One of those two.
Post # 85
Haha it’s funny, but no I don’t believe it.
Post # 86
Nope not a believer. I am a Christian though and believe there will be an end that will come suddenly. But honestly, I don’t even really think about it. I just enjoy life to the fullest! How depressing must it be to imagine the world is ending in 10 days… and counting down. Yikes.
Post # 87
Oh gosh, I used to watch this guy on TV when I was going through a phase. This is the guy that was telling a female caller to stay with her husband even though he was beating her and her children, because what God has brought together, no one can tear apart. If she wasn’t supposed to be with her husband, she would know by either her dying or him dying. So, basically she needed to stick around until one of them died and it would probably be her!!! So, for that very reason, I will never believe ANYTHING this guys says. And I think the world will end one day, but I don’t believe it will be in our lifetime, or my childrens’ or great grandhchildrens’.
Post # 88
What an absolute joke.
As for everyone saying that the way things are going with today’s children and how people treat each other – I don’t believe it’s a major sign of the end of times. Too much technology in the world to blame these days. Once again, it’s the scientific factors in life that are ruining us.
Well, at least my birthday 6 days before. Plus May 21st is not the end of the world. It’s judgement day – or so they believe. The end, or so they say, is October 21st, 2011.
Post # 89
I think everyone should be excited for May 22nd, since it’s my birthday. That is all.
Post # 90
GOod thing I;’ll be married on October 9 before the end of the world!! Wait, am I still able to get married after Judgement day?
Post # 91
@SoonToBeMrs.Kiss Hah. I had four posts of the same thing in a thread the other day. It seemed so obnoxious.